Happy Mother’s Day – My Matrilineal Line Carrying Mitochondrial DNA

 For Mom’s Day, I assumed I’d put up one thing about my mom’s ancestry, and about my mitochondrial DNA which I obtained from her. 

My mitochondrial DNA haplogroup is K1b2b (per 23andMe), which I obtained from my mom, and she or he obtained it from her mom, and she or he from her mom, and so forth down the road for time immemorial (with mutations from time to time, in all probability).

Here’s a favourite {photograph} of my mom, along with her mom, and her mom’s mom:

That is the one three technology {photograph} I’ve of my mom’s matrilineal line.

My (and my brothers’) matrilineal line is:

a) Randall J. Seaver
b) Mom Betty Virginia Carringer (1919 San Diego CA – 2002 San Diego CA) married Frederick W. Seaver.  They’d 3 sons, no daughters, so we’re on the finish of our mitochondrial twig.  

c) Grandmother Emily Kemp Auble (1899 Chicago IL -1977 San Diego CA) married Lyle L. Carringer.  They’d just one baby (my mom).  

d) Nice-grandmother Georgianna Kemp (1868 Norfolk County, ON – 1952 San Diego CA) married Charles Auble.  They’d just one baby, my grandmother.

e) 2nd great-grandmother Mary Jane Sovereen (1840 Norfolk Co ON – 1874 Norfolk Co ON) married James Abram Kemp.  They’d 3 daughters and one son who had youngsters.  There are in all probability K1b2b carriers from the opposite daughters.

f) third great-grandmother Eliza Putman (1820 Steuben Co NY – 1895 Norfolk Co ON) married Alexander Sovereen.  They’d 14 youngsters, however solely 5 daughters and two sons married and had youngsters.  There are in all probability K1b2b carriers from the opposite daughters.

g) 4th great-grandmother Sarah Martin (1792 Middlesex Co NJ – 1860 Norfolk Co ON) married John Putman.  They’d 3 daughters and two sons, so there are in all probability K1b2b carriers from the opposite daughters.

h) fifth great-grandmother Betsey Rolfe (1766 
Middlesex Co NJ – ????) married Mulford Martin.  They’d 2 daughters and two sons that had youngsters, so there could also be K1b2b carriers.

i) sixth great-grandmother Sarah Campbell (1746 NJ? -1838 Tompkins Co NY) married Ephraim Rolfe.  They’d 5 daughters and three sons that had youngsters, do there could also be K1b2b carriers.

j) seventh great-grandmother FNU LNU married Robert Campbell (?).  I do not know expensive FNU’s identify however surpmise she was born in Scotland or Eire.  I do not know what number of youngsters she had moreover Sarah.

Are there any cousins studying this who’ve these similar ancestors of mine?  I’d love to listen to from you.


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